Are you looking to learn more about how to train and race your bike better in the heat? This post takes a deep dive into heat acclimation, cooling strategies, and practical suggestions to help improve your cycling in hot conditions.
In today’s athlete profile we sit down with Data Driven Athlete Carol Stauffer to discuss Dirty Kanza, The Wizard of Oz, and getting back on the bike after a bad crash.
About 6 weeks ago I got caught in a bad crash on a group ride and sustained a concussion. While getting my bell rung doesn’t make me an expert on concussions, I’ve learned a few things that might be helpful in the event you’re ever in a similar spot. Here’s what I’ve learned.
Curious about how mindfulness meditation can make you a better cyclist? This article provides a brief description of mindfulness practice, as well as a few practical sugestions for how you might apply mindfulness to your cycling.
Looking to improve your bike racing skills and tactical decision making? This post covers a basic thought process that can help you make better decisions leading to improved race results.
In today’s athlete profile we sit down with Data Driven Athlete Anthony Yezek to discuss Van Life, the epic climbing in Florida, and why hockey might make you a better cyclist.
We admit it, we’re pretty terrible at social media, so here’s where that admission leaves us.
Number 1: In general, we feel the less time we spend on social media, the more time we have for the other parts of life that matter most.
Training low-carb is one of the hottest topics in cycling but should you actually do it? Topics in this post include a rationale for carbs, current recommendations for carb intake, a rationale for restriction, periodized nutrition, and a few practical suggestions to apply to your training.
We’re looking to expand our coaching team at Data Driven Athlete and would love to have you on board. If you’re interested in working with a dynamic coaching group always striving to improve and better meet the needs of clients, this opportunity might be a great fit.
This past summer, on a recent family trip, I went without Wi-Fi or cell coverage for a full seven days. Camping in the dirt, eating S’mores, reading books, and not checking news or email once.